Ammar Aliuddin, MD, is a hospitalist in the department of internal medicine at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. He specializes in transfusion medicine and bone marrow transplant care, in collaboration with the blood cancer team.
Dr. Aliuddin was the chief resident in the department of internal medicine at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, as well as a rotating resident at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in the department of lymphoma/myeloma. He completed his transfusion medicine fellowship in June 2022 in the department of pathology at the University of Cincinnati.
Dr. Aliuddin’s research focus involves the field of hematology and apheresis, with a few studies planned. One study is related to sickle cell disease and red cell exchange, and the other is on hematopoietic stem cell collections and apheresis.
His philosophy of care is always putting the patient first. He’s a champion for patient advocacy and believes that allowing patients to be part of the multidisciplinary team assists in finding the best outcome. Dr. Aliuddin creates a safe and trusting environment for his patients to empower them even when they feel vulnerable.
To Dr. Aliuddin, In Science Lives Hope means belief. As a true optimist and a man of science, he believes that the advancement of knowledge can make the impossible, possible.
Dr. Aliuddin loves spending time with his family, being outdoors and long road trips. He is a coffee enthusiast and a true foodie—trying cuisines from around the world. After having the experience of living in three different countries, Dr. Aliuddin can speak basic Arabic and is fluent in Urdu and Hindi. He hopes to use his unique life experiences and skills to add to the healthcare system in the melting pot of America.